EU: MEPs veto nutrition label claims

By Dean Best | 3 February 2012

European politicians have rejected plans that would have allowed food makers to use new nutrition claims, including that a product contains 15% less sugar.

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European politicians have rejected plans that would have allowed food makers to use new nutrition claims, including that a product contains 15% less sugar.

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